Top 10 Recitation Rules for Audience Members

In the summer, there are many studies that are preparing for recitals at the end of the school year. An important aspect of the successful piano recital is to observe the real recitation label. Below are the ten best rules that members of the audience should observe when attending the recital.

Audience:

(1) Coming on time, or a bit early . When members of the audience come in time, it provides the best possible opportunity for performance to begin on time. Arrival for a few minutes earlier will also allow time for program and seating. In fact, those who come early usually get the best choice for sitting.

(2) Restricted to perfume or cologne . While fragrances, colognes and body lotions notice the scent, the recital / concert is not considered suitable to carry strong scent fragrances. Many people have perfumes allergies. So, from respect to other members of the audience, it is considered that the correct label is limited or refrained from applying photographed items to your body or clothing.

(3) Sit QUIETLY and listen to performances . The public's role is to provide appropriate support and encouragement to the performer, and enjoy the performance. As such, audience members are expected to follow some basic rules:

* Do not speak, loud whisper or roar together during the performance. In addition, you should avoid unnecessary sweet or cough drops! This can be very confusing for the performer and can (especially in young students) cause problems in performance. It is also very confusing for audience members.

* Stay in jail during performance (without wiggling or walking around), and leave only between pieces if absolutely necessary.

* No tires. Smacking and chewing sounds can distract other members of the audience. And a tire that has fallen into the recital can create a "sticky" mess. Instead, it is best to use (quiet) breathing diapers.

* You should not be whistling, shouting, or other loud congratulations, especially before the performance. If the artist is focused and ready to play, but becomes anxious with "cat-calling" and "wandering", it can really dump its performance. While weird congratulations should show support to the artist, instead, unwanted problems may arise. The best way to show appreciation of performance is a terrible applause, and occasionally "good" at the end of a remarkably great performance.

(4) Go to the Bathroom Before . If it becomes absolutely necessary to leave the hall during the recital it should be done quietly between the pieces rather than the middle of the piece.

(5) No Flash . If images or videos are allowed in the recital, it is best to stand on their backs and be as unobtrusive or noisy as possible. The cameras should turn off the flash. Random and / or unexpected flashes of the camera (along with clicking on the sounds) can really distract the artist.

(6) Turn off your mobile phone or other electronic devices . It's quite obvious that ringing the phone and the sound signal greatly disturb the performance and audience. You need to save the SMS and talk after completing the recital.

(7) Take the whole recital . Wasting is not considered a proper label. All the performers have worked hard to prepare for the event and all deserve the same respect and kindness (ie Recital).

(8) Clap Appropriately . With an applause in congratulations, it's also important to remember to just sneak in the right time. For example, a multi-movement work should receive applause when all movements were reproduced. Also, in piano recitals, he does not consider it appropriate to applaud after playing a particularly brilliant passage. Instead, the applause is reserved after completion of the performance (or when the performer first enters the stage). (9) Dress appropriately . Unless otherwise stated in the call, the general rule of clothing has been said to be clean, without holes or tears, and be more than a thin top or casual t-shirt or some extra casual clothing (such as short skirts or shorts ). It is good practice to dress like going to church or talking.

(10) The most important thing is enjoying music . Creating an environment that allows all members of the audience to listen to performance unmatched will result in enjoyable and valuable experience for everyone involved. After all, music is fun! You should enjoy it.

There are many advantages to learning, teaching, and applying the appropriate recitation label. Recital Records is an important social skill that members of the public need to know and practice.



Source by Cindy Lee Smith